Calmed with the decision of the High Court of Meghalaya, the Meghalaya Public Service Commission (MPSC) has chosen to proceed with the declaration of the results of the Meghalaya Civil Service (MCS) Junior Grade mains assessment held on January 18, 2020.
Sources in the MPSC educated that the commission was wanting to proclaim the consequences of the fundamental assessment after the Meghalaya High Court in its request on January 17 would not meddle with the writ petition challenging the assessment led by the commission.
Upcoming Mains Results:
"The results of the assessment of the main will be announced at any point shortly since there is no forthcoming case in the court on this issue," a source in MPSC, educated.
It very well might be referenced that the MPSC had given an ad dated July 24, 2017, welcoming applications from qualified possibility to sit for the assessment for the MCS Junior Grade against around 38 openings.
In the preliminary assessment, 576 competitors out of 10,730 were announced to have the ability to sit for the assessment of the main.
The petitioners recorded a writ petition in the High Court in the wake of being wrong with the strategy for choice and method embraced in proclaiming the successful candidates qualified to sit for the mains assessments.